Author Archives: kevinmorgan61
Centre for Political Thought Call for Papers: Workshop on the German Revolution and the Radical Democratic Imaginary The University of Exeter, 24 May 2018 In the wake of the First World War, workers and soldiers across Europe organised into democratic councils in order to challenge existing social hierarchies and strive towards self-government and workers’ control […]
The first 2 titles of a new books series Studies in Twentieth Century Communism are available to order from the publishers Lawrence & Wishart here. See the L&W website for full details and contents list.
Socialist History 52 is a special issue on Legacies of October featuring contributions by Hakim Adi, Éric Aunoble, Stefan Berger, Neil Davidson, David Featherstone, Kate Hudson, Ruth Kinna, Lisa A. Kirschenbaum, Carl Levy and Ronald Grigor Suny and edited by Kevin Morgan. Full contents including articles free to view available here
TCC 13 on October, the Cold War and Commemoration is now available, guest edited by Jean-Francois Fayet, Valérie Gorin and Stefanie Prezioso. The contents list and further details are available here
Kevin Morgan’s new book International Communism and the Cult of the Individual can be ordered here. A cheaper paperback edition will be available very shortly.
Evan Smith’s new book British Communism and the Politics of Race can be ordered from Brill here. As with all books in the HM series, a much more affordable paperback edition will be published by Haymarket in the next 18 months. British Communism and the Politics of Race explores the role that the Communist Party of […]
Mike Makin-Waite’s new book Communism and Democracy: History, Debates and Potentials can be ordered from Lawrence & Wishart here